Tuning Apache Web Server for Optimal Performance

Introduction : In this post, we will look at various methods and configurations that might help you improve the performance of your Apache httpd web server. We will discuss topics like adjusting the server’s maximum number of concurrent connections, enabling compression for faster content delivery, using caching to speed up the delivery of frequently requested …

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ModSecurity: Request body (Content-Length) is larger than the configured limit

Message : ModSecurity: Request body (Content-Length) is larger than the configured limit To resolve the issue, Modify your modsec2.conf and change the limit set for SecRequestBodyInMemoryLimit # vi /etc/httpd/conf/modsec2.conf Search for SecRequestBodyInMemoryLimit SecRequestBodyInMemoryLimit 531072 Increase the value as per your need, save the file and restart the apache service. https://wiki.iphoster.net/wiki/Apache_-_mod_security_-_Request_body_(Content-Length)_is_larger_than_the_configured_limit https://stackoverflow.com/questions/13887812/request-body-content-length-is-larger-than-the-configured-limit https://support.plesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115001764933-Unable-to-upload-file-to-the-website-Request-body-no-files-data-length-is-larger-than-the-configured-limit- https://forum.directadmin.com/threads/cwaf-request-body-no-files-data-length-is-larger-than-the-configured-limit.61157/ https://github.com/SpiderLabs/ModSecurity/wiki/Reference-Manual-(v2.x)#SecRequestBodyInMemoryLimit

How to Install ioncube on Linux CentOS/Oracle Linux 7

IonCube is a powerful open source encoder that helps developers protect their PHP code from being copied, edited or modified without authorization. It provides an extra layer of security by encoding your PHP code into a secure bytecode format that can only be decrypted with the IonCube Loader. With the IonCube Loader, you can securely …

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How to Configure SSL Certificate in Apache Web Server

Apache is an open source web server software. It is the most popular web server software in use today, supporting over 70% of websites on the internet. Apache was originally developed by Brian Behlendorf, who wanted to create a free and open source alternative to Microsoft’s IIS web server software. Apache was initially released as …

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